Jul 20, 2014

Circle of Desire by Keri Arthur

In ten years of working for the Damask Circle, shapeshifter Katherine Tanner has never come across anything like this child-murdering monster. Although she doesn’t want to confront it, the Circle gives her little choice. The last thing she needs is interference from a cop who doesn’t know what he’s up against.
Ethan Morgan’s niece is missing and he’s determined to bring her back alive and catch the monster behind these kidnappings. He will use anyone to achieve his aims - even a woman who claims to be a witch.
Forced to join forces, Ethan and Kat struggle to uncover clues that will lead them to the monster’s lair. Yet time is ticking away and the monster rarely keeps victims alive for more than seven days. Four of those days have already passed. But it soon becomes clear that the greatest threat to Kat might not come from the forces of darkness, but from the man she is beginning to love.

Katherine and her grandma are working for the Damask Circle. They need to track down a monster that tortures and murders children. Ethan is a cop whose niece has been kidnapped. Together he and Kat have to find the monster's hiding place. She and Ethan want each other, they maybe even really need what the other has to offer. Even though he's a shifter himself, Ethan doesn't believe in magic. The attraction between him and Kat makes their job harder instead of easier, because Ethan doesn't want to commit. His heart is broken and he's convinced he'll never be able to love someone again. 
Circle of Desire is the last book in the Damask Circle trilogy. This book is my favorite of the three. There was a lot of chemistry between Ethan and Kat. The plot was interesting and there were several great cliffhangers. Ethan had to accept himself and learn a lot about his nature in just a few days time. It was long overdue and Kat was there to help and support him, but in the process he hurt her feelings several times. He didn't do that intentionally, but it happened because he was heartbroken because of something that had happened in a very important period in his life. Ethan and Kat kept pushing and pulling and it made great reading. In the meantime they also tried to solve an interesting case. I love the way Keri Arthur writes her supernatural romance and really enjoyed reading this series.

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